Skip to
YouTube video

Loading player…

Similar Artists

  1. The Dip Tse Chok Ling Monastery is currently located in Dharamsala, India. It was originally situated in Tibet, a few kilometers south of Lhasa and…

  2. Gyume (Lower Tantric College) is one of the two main Tantric orders within the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism, the other being Gyuto. It was…

  3. We don't have a wiki here yet...
  4. Karsangjamtso (Karjam for short) Saeji was born in Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, the third son and sixth child in a nomadic Tibetan…

  5. The Gyuto monks practice traditional throat singing or overtone singing. Combined with ancient Tibetan instruments, they create a very bound,…

  6. The Dip Tse Chok Ling Monastery is currently located in Dharamsala, India, although the monastery was originally situated in Tibet, a few kilometers…

  7. Romokon has been existing since 2005. The first tracks were published in 2006, followed by several years of silence. In 2013 Romokon became active…

  8. We don't have a wiki here yet...
  9. We don't have a wiki here yet...
  10. Lama Tashi is a very well respected as a Tibetan Buddhist Monk and Teacher of the Gelug lineage. His masterful chanting of Mantras is amazingly…

  11. Master Seung Sahn has been a master since the age of nine in Tibet. He meditates from the twelve charkas (the throat as the main one).

  12. Singer, Songwriter, Actor and Performing Artist Namgyal Lhamo originally hails from Shigatse in Tibet. Winner of the Best Female Singer award at the…

  13. We don't have a wiki here yet...
  14. This artist hails from either India or Tibet, All of the influences on this CD are for the praise of the 21 Tara's and for prayers for counting like…

  15. In Tibetan "Gang Chenpa" means People from the Land of Snow (Tibetans).
    The Tibetan Group Gang Chenpa consists of Namgyal Lhamo, Chukie Tethong…

  16. We don't have a wiki here yet...
  17. The Drapchi Prison, or Lhasa Prison No. 1 (simplified Chinese: 拉萨第一监狱; traditional Chinese: 拉薩第一監獄) is the largest prison in Tibet, located in Lhasa.

  18. Shōmyō (声明) is not an artist, but a style of Japanese Buddhist chant, used mainly in the Tendai and Shingon sects. There are two styles:…

Pagination

API Calls